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Elecampane in the photo

Elecampane in the photo


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Elecampane refers to perennial plants. Elecampane in the photo looks like a tall plant with yellow flowers and large leaves... More often elecampane meets in the wild in glades, meadows, along rivers.

Elecampane in the photo has no special decorative features, but this plant is medicinal... Used in medicine rhizomes and leaves. The elecampane contains vitamins E, K; trace elements - magnesium, manganese, calcium, potassium, iron; essential oil, resins, organic acids, alkaloids, polysaccharides.

Elecampane possesses choleretic, anti-inflammatory, expectorant and a small diuretic effect, the plant increases the excretion of bile, improves blood circulation in the gastric mucosa, accelerates the healing of ulcers, normalizes appetite, restores body weight in debilitated patients. Elecampane is used for bronchitis, tracheitis, colitis, constipation, headaches, epilepsy, anemia, whooping cough, menstrual irregularities, pulmonary tuberculosis, palpitations, bowel disorders, flu, rheumatism.

Elecampane is harvested in spring or autumn, the plant is dug up, cut and dried. They cook from elecampane infusions, decoctions or juice. Also, the plant is used fresh. Elecampane is still in use in cooking as a spice, it is added to sauces and baked goods.


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